This page includes a science activity for winter theme prepared by me for my sweet girl.
- Glitter white and grey foam
- Snowflake paper puncher
- Baking powder
- Jumbo tweezer
- Blue food coloring
- Ice cap
First of all, we prepare snowflies from the house using snowflake punches.
We pour a little baking soda on the snowflakes.
We start our activity by pouring the blue food dye on the embossed dough with the squeeze syringe we have added. We present our activity by using the “check” print “for transfer with syringe.
C loved so much that this activity emptied three bowl vinegar.
It was very fun to observe the bubbles that formed as a result of entering the reaction with the baking soda.
We continued by transferring snowflake to our icebreaker with Jumbo tweezers. It was a fun science activity supporting many development fields such as development of hand and finger muscles, reasoning skill, hand eye coordination, concentration development, daily life skills:)
Winter sensory bin for toddlers
The sensory play(bin) are the super-saviors that children play for a long time. For this reason, plenty of hands-on, stimulating games are the best games you can offer them. This week we had a winter season on our shelf.
- Moon sand
- Foam snowflakes
- Model people and model small house